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"Fils" is the singular form in Arabic, not plural (as its final consonant might indicate to an English speaker). The plural form of fils is fulūs (فلوس); the latter term can also refer to small amounts of money or to money in general in Egyptian Arabic and many other varieties of Arabic.
|100 Fils (Bahrain).|
|Obverse: A palm tree with lettering "حكومة البحرين" (Government of Bahrain) and year of minting in Gregorian and Islamic years (1965-1385) inscribed in Arabic.||Reverse: Face-value and country name.|
|8,312,000 coins minted in 1965|